Handbag Monday welcomes
The only thing I like better than shoes is a unique handbag.
This is one of my favorites. I like to lug around the story I’m working on with a never ending supply of pens and post-its. Plus it has plenty of room for whatever emergency items I need for a seven-year-old. I think this one has also been on just about every trip I’ve taken over the past few years—whether it’s been the carpool lane at my daughter’s school or on a family vacation to Tennessee, it’s been up for the ride.
Ooh, Isla, this is cool. Very utilitarian looking. What's it made of?
Trouble is the last thing Devon Brown needs when she leaves the painful memories of her past behind and heads to Shell Island. As the Salty Dog’s new bartender, she finds herself drawn to Kerr, the Shell Island harbormaster. But finding her happily-ever-after is difficult when dealing with an obnoxious bootlegger who supplies the bar with illegal liquor and a jealous coworker.
A standoffish loner with damaged emotions, Kerr avoids relationships like the plague. Things change when Devon catches his eye. When a simple flirtation grows serious, the coworker and bootlegger quickly become obstacles to any future Kerr and Devon may have together. As the situation worsens, Devon realizes that even the still waters of Asylum Harbor are no refuge during a storm.
Find Asylum Harbor at: Amazon
Find Isla Grey at: Website
Thank you, Isla, for sharing your bag and book with me!